Originally Posted by shelter
I'm happy with a top 10 finish
Got two 8101s in (I refuse to believe in these mythical 8102s).
axipher, I like the site. Admittedly, though, it took me a few minutes to find the foldathon list. Maybe slightly more descriptive labels would help slow people like me. The other site has a "Top 20" or something like that that is very obvious. The drop down menus are kind of sneaky, but now that I've figured it out it seems way more obvious to me so maybe it's no big deal.
Thanks for the feedback, I'll try to figure something out. My HTML/CSS is pretty decent so if anyone wants to do some simple image mark-ups of the header area, I can implement them.
Originally Posted by WonderMutt
Originally Posted by axipher
As much as I miss Z, I think we are doing okay, as someone pointed out, lack of hugeadv hurts points, but I would much rather see more people folding for the cause, even if it's only two days a month.
And results will be up later, I have to cram my 9 hour work day in to only 4 hours now since I don't feel like staying at work late tonight. I have a full house of networking to set up tonight:
- 10+ computers
- 2 Xbox 360's
- 5 switches
- 1 router
- 2 access points
- UPS's and software on computer affected
- Shared folders
- Media server
- Properly configured web server
- Remote management server
- Running new electrical circuits and plugs
I need to talk to you off-line sometime about how to set up my network. I have 6 PCs, 2 Macs, and a PS3. I want to turn my 3570k rig into a web server, but I'm not sure where to start. I'd also like to be able to use it as a media server and have my 4 main rigs (that I use every day) connected via a gigabit connection (they're all at the same desk). Anyway, I may have to PM you about this...
First off, we can't talk off-line, we live in completely different areas, and I'm not driving to see you...
Also, just start a new thread in the networking section and PM the link and I'll help you out no problem. I like to keep any problems I help solve available to the community as a whole.